Etodolac is only for use in dogs. Do not administer
to cats or other animals. Do not give to any dog for which it was not
prescribed. Not for human ingestion.
Read package instructions and precautionary statements
prior to administration.
Use as prescribed by your veterinarian.
- Administer 4.5 to 6.8 mg per pound of body weight
- Hand-feed capsules or tablets directly.
- Give with food to prevent or minimize gastrointestinal
- Dose your dog once per day, unless your veterinarian
Frequency of Use:
Typically, Etodolac usage is once per day. Do not
give higher doses than prescribed. Do not give your pet this medication
for a longer duration than prescribed.
Keep out of reach of children and animals.
Store Etodolac at room temperature between 59 and
86 degrees F. Protect from moisture and heat.
It is a violation of Federal
Law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like
Etodolac inhibit cellular production of chemicals that trigger inflammation.
Etodolac does not cure arthritis; there is no cure. However, it does
ease the symptoms associated with this and other degenerative joint
diseases, as well as other forms of acute pain.
Etodolac Capsule Ingredients (per
capsule): etodolac 300 mg
Etodolac Tablet Ingredients (per
tablet): etodolac 400 mg
Keep Etodolac out of reach of children and animals.
Do not use or store in or near open flame or heat.
Etodolac is only intended for use in dogs for which
it has been prescribed. Do not use in other animals. Not for human use.
Follow your veterinarian's prescription precisely.
CAUTION: Do not give higher doses or
for a longer time than prescribed. Do not give a dose that exceeds 6.8
mg per pound of body weight.
All dogs should have a thorough medical history and
physical examination completed before starting any NSAID regimen.
Your veterinarian may want to perform periodic blood
tests during NSAID therapy.
Not for use in dogs with a hypersensitivity to etodolac.
Tell your veterinarian if your dog is allergic to other NSAIDs, including
The safety of Etodolac in pregnant, nursing, and
breeding dogs, as well as in dogs younger than 12 months old, has not
Do not administer Etodolac concomitantly with other
NSAIDs. Consult your veterinarian before giving your dog any other medications
Dog owners should be advised to watch for signs of
drug toxicity or reactions.
NSAIDs may cause renal, hepatic, and gastrointestinal
toxicity. They may induce gastrointestinal ulcerations or perforations.
Concomitant use of diuretics, dehydration, renal
or hepatic dysfunction, and cardiovascular impairments increase the
risk of adverse reactions to NSAID therapy.
If your dog experiences loss of appetite, vomiting,
anemia, jaundice, lethargy, increased thirst, increased urination, loss
of coordination, seizures, stool abnormalities, or behavioral changes,
discontinue administration and consult your veterinarian. In rare instances,
serious adverse reactions, including death, may occur.